Lightish, sweet and somehow plucky. Lots of fairly straightforward fun. Not for long keeping but GV .
Anticipated maturity: 2021-2027
Like the Marie Ragonneau the nose is more deeply pitched with its blend of both red and dark pinot fruit, plum, spice and warm earth scents. The vibrant and well-detailed medium weight flavors are also notably mineral-driven while exhibiting excellent length on the succulent yet entirely serious finish. Again, while this could reasonably be enjoyed young it would be better to allow it at least a few years of cellaring first. (Drink starting 2022)